I edited the ros tag to make it easier to understand, and I edited these other framework tags: tinyos, katoolin and zend. I will try to implement any requests for improvements in framework tags, since they may still require additional attention. Comment if you have a suggestion regarding a framework tag.


I edited both the question and the answer to make it abundantly clear that no recursive option was used, left a link to the duplicate in your answer and voted to reopen. But I'm just one of the original 5 people that voted to close. If another 4 (same or different) users vote to reopen, it will be reopened as it was a community effort to close, so it must ...


It was closed as off-topic. The specific reason selected was: Bug reports and problems specific to development version of Ubuntu should be reported on Launchpad so that developers can see, track and fix these issues. (emphasis in original) Unfortunately, the system probably didn't show you that detailed explanation. It ought to be shown to everyone who ...


There can be a example of what was the case with Windows 8 or 8.1 and that would also likely occur with Windows 10. A question on something that's not out yet is just asking for speculation. So make the question about Windows 8 or 8.1. Oh wait! There already is one: Will upgrading Windows 8 to 8.1 affect Ubuntu? We don't even deal with problems in pre-...


This has now been resolved, and the question has been reopened. Thank you to those who cast reopen votes to undo the dupe marking on my question. And thanks to Seth for modifying the tags on my question to remove version specific tags.


This question was closed as not reproducible Comment on the question: A couple of reboots later and it has decided to start working again. I have no idea what happened here but its working again. It was closed with the correct close reason, it doesn't need to be reopened.


Not unclear. Question reopened.                    


The question has been reopened.


From the official ROS site, about page (http://www.ros.org/about-ros/): The Robot Operating System (ROS) is a flexible framework for writing robot software. It is a collection of tools, libraries, and conventions that aim to simplify the task of creating complex and robust robot behavior across a wide variety of robotic platforms. From this I can ...

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